CHINA, Japanese Occupation, Kwangtung, 1942, 8c Olive Green, Die I (1N26).
Ten copies, along with 27 other stamps all tied by Hanlanhu circular postmarks on Nov. 24, 1944 cover to Meihsien,
most of the franking on the reverse of cover, Nationalist censor's tape and handstamp (which itself is rare), roughly opened in one corner affecting three stamps, No. 1N26 is a very scarce stamp used, priced only as unused in Scott (at $300.00 each, for a total of $3,000.00), also unusual is that is a an "across-the-lines" cover, from Japanese-occupied Kanlanhu (Kwangtung Province) to Nationalist-occupied Meihsien, correctly franked with $2.00 (counted at three times) to meet the $6.00 letter rate, ex Mizuhara
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